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You can help us - by making a donation to the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF)We are proud of the work we do, explaining...

New BNF Task Force report - Nutrition and development

Nutrition and development: short and long term consequences for health The Foundation held a conference to launch its...

How much physical activity do I need?

Physical activity plays a central role in keeping us healthy, so it is very important to be physically active on a regular...

2014 BNF Drummond Pump Priming Award recipients announced

As part of its management of the Drummond Memorial Fund, BNF is again providing two grants in 2014, each of £5000, to help...

Celebrating our wartime food heroes

2014 marks the 70th anniversary of D-Day and BNF is commemorating this by looking at wartime food heroes. With the passage...

Core competences

Core competences for children and young people aged 5 to 16 years: A framework of skills and knowledge around food, diet and...

Diet, nutrition and schoolchildren: An update

BNF has published a review on 'Diet, nutrition and schoolchildren' which is available to download free of charge...

Tips for a healthy heart

Heart disease and stroke Eating a healthy diet can reduce your risk of suffering from heart disease and stroke - the major...

Latest issue - June 2014

The latest issue of Nutrition Bulletin is now available online.Articles featured include: Editorials on sugars and...

Nutrition Science Communication Awards

The Awards comprise a commemorative certificate, presented at the prestigious BNF Annual Day, and a prize to support the...

Tip of the day

  • It takes about 20 minutes for satiety signals to reach your brain after eating so eating slowly will allow you to feel full before you’ve eaten too much

Of the following, what do you think is the most important barrier to eating healthily?